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Godspeak Pastor Rob McCoy: ‘Handful of apostles turned the world right-side-up’

Godspeak Pastor Rob McCoy: ‘Handful of apostles turned the world right-side-up’

By Michael Hernandez  NEWBURY PARK—“A handful of apostles turned the world right-side-up,” said Godspeak Pastor Rob McCoy during Sunday’s livestream service.  “These were not hand-picked executives but the lowest of the low.  Twelve men took on Rome.  They were ill-equipped, impoverished and had no weapons. “God is going to take this rag-tag group of disciples […]

New Life Pastor Steve Abraham: “Discover the secret place”

New Life Pastor Steve Abraham:  “Discover the secret place”

By Michael Hernandez OXNARD—“Discover the secret place,” said New Life Pastor Steve Abraham during the livestream Sunday service.  “This is a trying time; as we shelter physically and we seek the ultimate advice for those sheltered  physically and emotionally.” “He who dwells in the secret place of the Most High shall abide under the shadow […]

Evangelist Nick Vujicic: “America Wake Up! When will you repent? Blessed is the one who perseveres”

Evangelist Nick Vujicic: “America Wake Up!  When will you repent? Blessed is the one who perseveres”

Michael Hernandez OXNARD—““America Wake Up!  When will you repent?” said evangelist Nick Vujicic of Life Without Limbs during Sunday’s New Life livestream.  “I have a warning for America. “We need a National Day of Repentance—not just a National Day of Prayer. In 2 Chronicles 7:14 the Bible says:  ‘If my people, who are called by […]

Conejo Valley Unified, We hear you | School district politics driving away people of faith

Conejo Valley Unified, We hear you | School district politics driving away people of faith

    By Tony Dolz The U.S. Constitution’s First Amendment in the Bill of Rights protects our right to practice our faith and to express our beliefs. All U.S. laws are based on authority and restrictions imposed by the Constitution. Federal law supersedes state laws and this is known as the Supremacy Clause. The Founders […]

Nobody Knows But Me: Part 4: My Daily Reprieve- My story about being homeless on the streets of Oxnard-

Nobody Knows But Me: Part 4: My Daily Reprieve- My story about being homeless on the streets of Oxnard-

By Lang Martinez, with Bonnie Rouda Romans 5, verse 3 through 5 Peace and Hope …. 3 Not only so, but we[c] also glory in our sufferings, because we know that suffering produces perseverance; 4 perseverance, character; and character, hope. 5 And hope does not put us to shame, because God’s love has been poured out into our hearts through the Holy Spirit, […]

“The Faith of Donald J. Trump”

“The Faith of Donald J. Trump”

By Michael Hernandez SIMI VALLEY—The intersection of faith and politics was seen at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library Wednesday as evangelical co-authors David Brody (Jewish roots) and Scott Lamb (Baptist roots) spoke on “The Faith of Donald J. Trump—a Spiritual Biography” (2018)—a just released book which is a compilation of over 100 interviews (including both […]

Kevin and Sam Sorbo: ‘Let There Be Light’ now playing in theaters

Kevin and Sam Sorbo:  ‘Let There Be Light’ now playing in theaters

By Michael Hernandez (Editor’s Note:  Sean Hannity is the executive producer of this faith film released Oct. 27 which stars actors Kevin and Sam Sorbo—a home school advocate along with two of their children.) “Let There Be Light” brings a “ray of hope” as well as the “light of Christ” in the aftermath of the […]

Muslim college buys seminary campus: Faith-based education to continue on Berkeley hilltop

Muslim college buys seminary campus: Faith-based education to continue on Berkeley hilltop

The hilltop property where a Lutheran seminary stood for 65 years before moving downtown will now house a Muslim college. California Lutheran University sold the 6.6-acre property on Marin Avenue where its Pacific Lutheran Theological Seminary (PLTS) had operated to Zaytuna College. The purchase will allow Zaytuna, a liberal arts college that launched its undergraduate […]

Simi Valley Interfaith Community Council holds community meeting

Simi Valley Interfaith Community Council holds community meeting

Newly Formed Simi Valley Interfaith Community Council is holding a community meeting Tuesday August 15th at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 480 Sinaloa Rd, Simi Valley, CA 93065 at 7:00 o’clock pm.   Meeting is around to the back of the building south side. Signs will be posted and the door is open. […]

Newly Formed Simi Valley Interfaith Community Council brings together many faiths in a mission to serve

Newly Formed Simi Valley Interfaith Community Council brings together many faiths in a mission to serve

A new group recently formed in the community of Simi Valley is bringing the faith community together with a mission to serve.   The council was created to develop and carry out non profit activities and community service that demonstrate a common mutual respect and support for all faiths, while assisting those seeking a more spiritual […]

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